April 17, 2014

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Critter Chronicles: Derby

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  Derby was rescued from a dog pound after being confined there for almost two months.  We have not had him too long but he does appear housebroken so he probably lived in a home and has his house manners.  Derby seems to basically ignore other dogs but we have not yet had him one on one Read More…

Critter Chronicles: Brutus

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BRUTUS Beat it down to the shelter for Big Brutus! He’s an affectionate friendly fellow that longs for a new home. Brutus is great on a leash and would be the perfect pet to hang out with on these cold winter nights. He has impeccable manners in the house. Brutus has some food aggression, so Read More…

Critter Chronicles: Callista

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CALLISTA Callista was brought to the shelter as stray. Shortly after arriving she delivered a trio of kittens. They are all hoping to find permanent homes soon. Callista just returned from her procedure when the pictures were taken so she is a bit tired and wanting to rest. She’s beautiful and after being a mom Read More…

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Three vacant seats filled on board for St. Joe’s

LORAIN — The board of South Shore Community Development Corp., which owns St. Joseph Community Center, met Friday to appoint three new board members. The three vacant seats, which are named by the city of Lorain, were among the complaints that Gregory Hipp of Ohio Realty Advisors, the company that runs the center, listed in Read More…

Police log for Feb. 7, 2012

Lorain police Friday. Feb. 3 5 p.m. — Lorain County Jail, 9896 Murray Ridge Road, Elyria, woman being taken to jail on assault charges and a warrant for domestic violence said a doctor at the Nord Center sexually assaulted her. Saturday, Feb. 4 8:19 a.m. — 4400 block Tacoma Ave., Cecil C. Cobb Jr., 34, Read More…

LCCC’s paper feels deadline pressure to cover Obama visit

ELYRIA — As Scott Mahoney planned the first issue of Lorain County Community College’s student newspaper, The Collegian, he thought there were some good stories. One was on the entire Student Senate quitting. The other was on how deep cuts to Lorain County Transit were going to affect LCCC students, many of whom depend on Read More…

Browns: Cleveland, KC similar but different

The similarities are striking. The Browns are 2-11, the Chiefs 3-10. Coaches Eric Mangini and Todd Haley are in their first years and worked side by side as low-level assistants a decade ago under Bill Parcells. The Browns rank 30th in points scored, 32nd in yards gained, 32nd in passing and 31st in defense. The Read More…

Bannister responsible for Indians’ fall; Royals pitcher gets first win since June 23

CLEVELAND — Before Sunday’s action, the Indians were the last American League team Kansas City Royals pitcher Brian Bannister had beaten. They still are. Without a win since June 23, Bannister was looking to beat an AL team for the first time since he stopped Cleveland on June 1. He did just that Sunday in Read More…

Black River’s Campbell transfers from Ohio State to Ashland

ASHLAND — Somewhere, Corey Kline is beaming. The last national champion at Ashland University just watched one of his understudies from Black River transfer to the Eagles following a year at Ohio State. Jesse Campbell, a 2007 Black River graduate and Division III state champion, will start classes in the fall at Ashland after sitting Read More…